New Editors, Moves
Less than a year after taking over for Nina Garcia as fashion director at Elle, Alexis Bryan Morgan is returning to Condé Nast to work on Brandon Holley’s new team at Lucky as executive fashion director.
“She’s got a great sense of style and she fits perfectly with the path I’m setting here at Lucky,” Read More
Chris Rovzar reported this morning that Mark Pasetsky is out as editor-in-chief of OK!, but he’ll stay on as a managing editor for now. Mr. Pasetsky, a former Life & Style editor, has been running the stateside edition of OK! for the last year. Before him the magazine had four editors in a Read More
After being named the next editor of The New York Times Magazine, Hugo Lindgren gave his first interview to Women’s Wear Daily. Mr. Lindren wouldn’t talk about his plans for the magazine or how he got the job, but he did say he’s not worried about the staff:
“There’s not going to be Read More
“If you want to make an omelet you have to break some eggs,” e5 Global Media CEO Richard Beckman told The New York Times Tim Arango. Mr. Beckman was explaining his decision to tap Vanity Fair contributing editor Michael Wolff to run his company’s Adweek Media Group.
Mr. Wolff, who is known for Read More
Keith Kelly reports this morning that Town & Country editor Stephen Drucker has been cleaning house since he came over from House Beautiful in the spring. Mr. Drucker has shown the door to three editors, according to Mr. Kelly, and his features editor Heidi Mitchell recently resigned.
The Observer ran into Mr. Drucker Read More
Ad Age announced three title bumps on Thursday evening. Executive editor Abbey Klaassen, who has been running the trade pub since editor Jonah Bloom left last December, became the titular editor. Managing editor Judann Pollack was promoted to executive editor, and AME Ken Wheaton moved up behind her.
Ms. Klaassen, 30, began as an Read More
Nick Catucci, an articles editor for nymag.com, has been tapped by Jann Wenner as Rolling Stone‘s first-ever online editor-in chief. Mr. Wenner announced last August that he would be relaunching Rolling Stone‘s website this year, ending five years of Real Player–owner RealNetworks running the site on his behalf. Maybe Mr. Wenner cares a Read More
After 13 years at the healm of Russian Vogue, Aliona Doletskaya submitted her resignation to Jonathan Newhouse earlier this week, according to Memo Pad. Mr. Newhouse has already named a replacement, Viktoria Davydova.
Ms. Davydova worked under Ms. Doletskaya at Vogue as a beauty editor until 2002, when she left to work on Read More
Robert Thomson announced this morning that he has tapped former Domino editor Deborah Needleman, who has lately been working on a weekend lifestlye section for his Wall Street Journal, to run WSJ., the Journal‘s glossy.
Ms. Needleman replaces Tina Gaudoin, who ran WSJ. since it launched in 2008 until this summer, when she Read More
After nearly six months as the acting editor of Harper’s Magazine following the departure of Roger Hodge, Ellen Rosenbush will keep the title of editor for good. Harper’s president and check-writer Rick MacArthur announced the news in a release this morning. Ms. Rosenbush was the managing editor of the magazine from 1989 Read More